A quintessentially British publication, New Statesman magazine was originally published in the city of London in 1913 as a weekly review of politics and literature, but over the last century, it has grown into one of the most respected and influential titles in the United Kingdom, covering British politics, current affairs and culture.
Founded by the Fabian intellectuals and London School of Economics co-founders, Sidney and Beatrice Webb, the New Statesman boasts a longstanding and illustrious list of contributors including J M Keynes, George Orwell, J B Priestley and Virginia Woolf to name but a few. The first editions were supported by writers George Bernard Shaw and H G Wells.
Featuring a wide range of hard-hitting, free-thinking opinion pieces and insightful political and current affairs coverage, New Statesman effortlessly entertains and informs in equal measure, while simultaneously delving into contemporary British culture, including reviews of the latest books, television, film, music and theatre. If you’re looking for progressive and liberal politics coverage, then New Statesman magazine is the one and only magazine you need to consider.
Keep up to date with the latest developments in British politics and current affairs with New Statesman magazine every week and look forward to:
- Your Weekly Digest - Always current, always relevant - follow the topics that matter, as they happen
- Diverse Subject Matter - Covering topics from the world of British politics, economics, current affairs and culture
- Free Thinking - Celebrated for the intelligence, range and quality of its writing and analysis
- Respected - Progressive and liberal politics coverage from revered journalists and political commentators
- Cultured - All the latest book, television, film, music and theatre reviews
- Hassle-free - Your magazine is delivered directly to your door, ready to be enjoyed!
Issues per year: 52
Country of Publication: United Kingdom
Publisher: New Statesman Ltd.